Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment

Unique Contribution to Media Research? Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment is intended for multiple audiences, although each overlap to a large extent. The primary audience is one quite familiar to scholarly ...

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Author: H Dan O'Hair

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781351687119

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 352

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Broadcast media has a particular fascination with stories that involve risk and health crisis events-disease outbreaks, terrorist acts, and natural disasters-contexts where risk and health communication play a critical role. An evolving media landscape introduces both challenges and opportunities for using communication to manage extreme events and hazardous contexts. Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment addresses issues of risk and health communication with a collection of chapters that reflect state-of-the-art discussion by top scholars in the field. The authors in this volume develop unique and insightful perspectives by employing the best available research on topics such as brand awareness in healthcare communication, occupational safety, climate change communication, local broadcasts of weather emergencies, terrorism, and the Ebola outbreak, among many other areas. It features analysis of new and traditional media that connects disasters, crises, risks, and public policy issues into a coherent fabric. This book bridges a substantial, but sometimes disconnected body of literature, and by doing so asks how contexts related to risk and health communication are best approached, how researchers balance scientific findings with cultural issues, and how scholars study an increasingly media-savvy society with traditional research methods.

Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment

Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment addresses issues of risk and health communication with chapters that reflect state-of-the art discussion by

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Author: Taylor & Francis Group

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1032178817

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Page: 376

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Broadcast media has a particular interest with stories that involve risk and health crisis events - contexts where risk and health communication play a vital role. Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment addresses issues of risk and health communication with chapters that reflect state-of-the art discussion by

Media Literacy in a Disruptive Media Environment

Released in 2018 and edited by H. Dan O'Hair, University of Kentucky, the collection of essays is titled Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment. The eighth volume in the BEA Research series was also released in ...

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Author: William G. Christ

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000050851

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 278

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This book, part of the BEA Electronic Media Research Series, brings together top scholars researching media literacy and lays out the current state of the field in areas such as propaganda, news, participatory culture, representation, education, social/environmental justice, and civic engagement. The field of media literacy continues to undergo changes and challenges as audiences are reconceptualized and reconfigured, media industries are transformed and replaced, and the production of media texts is available to anyone with a smartphone. The book provides an overview of these. It offers readers specific examples and recommendations to help others as they develop their own teaching and research agendas. Media Literacy in a Disruptive Media Environment will be of great interest to scholars and graduate students studying media literacy through the lens of broadcasting, communication studies, media and cultural studies, film, and digital media studies.

Communication and Catastrophic Events

Journal of Applied Communication Research, 44(4), 381–398. https://doi.org/10.1080/0090988 2.2016.1225165 Ivanov, B., Rains, S. A., Geegan, ... Inoculation as a risk and health communication strategy in an evolving media environment.

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Author: H. Dan O'Hair

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119751816

Category: Education

Page: 276

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An authoritative compendium of new research findings and case studies in the application of communication theory during catastrophic events Communicating Science in Times of Crisis: Communication and Catastrophic Events addresses the practical application and research implications of communication theory in the context of man-made and natural catastrophes. Bringing together contributions by leading experts in crisis management and strategic communication, this timely collection of resources links scientific issues with public policy while discussing the challenges and opportunities for using communication to manage extreme events in the evolving media landscape of the 21st century. In this second volume of the Wiley-Blackwell Communicating Science in Times of Crises series, 15 substantial chapters explore a varied range of catastrophic conditions, such as mass violence incidents, disease outbreaks, catastrophic mudslides, cascading and simultaneous disasters, extreme weather events, diffusion of misinformation during crises, students traveling internationally during a global health crisis, and more. Each chapter focuses on a particular issue or concern, revealing the difficult choices that confront academics and practitioners across communication disciplines and presenting original frameworks and models alongside ongoing research programs. Discusses approaches for balancing scientific findings with social and cultural issues Highlights the ability of legacy and digital media to facilitate science in mitigating the effects of adverse events Examines the ethical repercussions of communication during unfolding and unpredictable events Addresses the use of social media communication during a crisis and navigating an increasingly media-savvy society with multiple levels of science literacy Covers key theoretical and practical aspects of the associated fields of risk management and crisis management Available as a standalone book or as part of a two-volume set, Communicating Science in Times of Crisis: Communication and Catastrophic Events is essential reading for scholars, researchers, practitioners, and advanced students in the fields of crisis communication, risk and emergency management, disaster studies, policy management, social media communication, and healthcare communication.

The Handbook of Crisis Communication

Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment. Routledge. Paek, H.J., Hilyard, K., Freimuth, V. et al. (2010). Theory- based approaches to understanding public emergency preparedness: implications for effective health ...

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Author: W. Timothy Coombs

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119678939

Category: Social Science

Page: 597

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The revised and updated new edition of the comprehensive guide to crisis communication research and practice The Handbook of Crisis Communication provides students, researchers, and practitioners with a timely and authoritative overview of the dynamic field. Contributions by an international team of 50 leading scholars and practitioners demonstrate various methodological approaches, examine how crisis communication is applied in a range of specific contexts, discuss the role of culture and technology in crisis communication, and present original research of relevance to the development and evaluation of crisis communication theory. Now in its second edition, the Handbook covers the latest advances in global crisis communication technology, current trends in research and practice, social media in crisis communication, and more. Each of the 38 chapters incorporate new material offering fresh insights into existing areas of crisis communication and explore new and emerging lines of research. A wealth of new case studies, practical scenarios, and in-depth analyses of recent crises are integrated throughout. Examines traditional applications, recent advances, and emerging areas in crisis communication Discusses communication approaches for organizational crises, disasters, political crises, and public health crises Provides up-to-date coverage of the latest terminology, methods, and research trends in the field Highlights how crisis communication theory and research can inform real-world practice Features detailed analyses of crisis communication in major events such as terrorist attacks, natural disasters, industrial accidents, and global pandemics The Handbook of Crisis Communication, Second Edition is an excellent textbook for advanced students in public relations and strategic communication programs, and a valuable reference for researchers and practitioners in fields such as crisis communication, public relations, and corporate communication.

The Handbook of Strategic Communication

In D. O'Hair (Ed.), Risk and health communication in an evolving media environment. London: Routledge. Saad, L., & Jones, J. M. (2016). US concern about global warming at eight-year high.

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Author: Carl H. Botan

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118857236

Category: Social Science

Page: 400

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Presents cocreational perspectives on current international practices and theories relevant to strategic communication The Handbook of Strategic Communication brings together work from leading scholars and practitioners in the field to explore the many practical, national and cultural differences in modern approaches to strategic communication. Designed to provide a coherent understanding of strategic communication across various subfields, this authoritative volume familiarizes practitioners, researchers, and advanced students with an inclusive range of international practices, current theories, and contemporary debates and issues in this dynamic, multidisciplinary field. This Handbook covers an expansive range of strategic communication models, theories, and applications, comprising two dozen in-depth chapters written by international scholars and practitioners. In-depth essays discuss the three core areas of strategic communication—public relations, marketing communication, and health communication—and their many subfields, such as political communication, issues management, crisis and risk communication, environmental and science communication, public diplomacy, disaster management, strategic communication for social movements and religious communities, and many others. This timely volume: Challenges common assumptions about the narrowness of strategic communication Highlights ongoing efforts to unify the understanding and practice of strategic communication across a range of subfields Discusses models and theories applied to diverse areas such as conflict resolution, research and evaluation, tobacco control, climate change, and counter terrorism strategic communication Examines current research and models of strategic communication, such as the application of the CAUSE Model to climate change communication Explores strategic communication approaches in various international contexts, including patient-oriented healthcare in Russia, road and tunnel safety in Norway, public sector communication in Turkey, and ethical conflict resolution in Guatemala The Handbook of Strategic Communication is an indispensable resource for practitioners, researchers, scholars, and students involved in any aspect of strategic communication across its many subfields.

Change and Maintaining Change

Retrieved from George Mason Center for Climate Change Communication website: https://www.climatechangecommunication.org/ republicen/ Rogers, ... In D. O'Hair (Ed.), Risk and health communication in an evolving media environment.

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Author: Debra A. Hope

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319969206

Category: Psychology

Page: 223

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This unique multidisciplinary volume examines the dynamics of behavioral change and its maintenance, from the individual to the wider domains of public policy. Coverage traces how change may be achieved, sustained, or derailed, as well as underlying neurobiological, behavioral, and social processes that fuel unhealthy and risky behaviors. Contributors offer a wide range of prevention and intervention strategies for supporting positive health habits from improved food choices to abstinence to compliance with treatment. These mechanisms are then transferred to the societal level in studies of evolving public perception of salient issues such as climate change, gender disparities, and drug policy. Included among the topics: Motivating change in addiction via modulation of the dark side. Changing drug use and other health-related behavior in vulnerable populations. Change and maintaining change in school cafeterias. Understanding social structural barriers and facilitators to behavioral change. Strategic communication research to illuminate and promote public engagement with climate change. A provocative rendering of motivation in its macro and micro dimensions, Change and Maintaining Change will interest researchers, practitioners, and clinicians interested in diverse areas such as smoking and other addictions, improvement and relapse in therapy, development and treatment of anxiety disorders, and social cognition and decision-making.

Integrated Marketing Communications in Risk and Crisis Contexts

Intercultural communication from an interdisciplinary perspective. ... Health Communication, 29(4), 347–354. doi:10.1080/10410236.2012.755604 Frymier, A. B., & Shulman, G. M. (1995) ... evolving media environment (pp. 316–334).

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Author: Robert S. Littlefield

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781793618788

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 211

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Integrated Marketing Communications in Risk and Crisis Contexts is part of the Lexington Books Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) series. The authors present a culture centered model for examining risk and crisis communication within the context of IMC to provide a more robust understanding of myriad cultural variables affecting the perception of risk and crisis messages and the means by which these messages are processed by different publics, particularly multicultural and international groups. While the conceptualization of what constitutes IMC has been broad, from the perspective of risk and crisis communication, the focus is quite specific: All communication and messages created and disseminated in a risk or crisis situation must be carefully created and strategically presented if the intended outcomes associated with the publics' responses are to be realized by the sender of the messages.

The Covid 19 Pandemic as a Challenge for Media and Communication Studies

Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment, pp. 316–335. New York: Routledge. Grusin, R. (2010). Premediation: Affect and Mediality After 9/11. London, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. KBC Dr Dragiša Mišović (2012).

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Author: Katarzyna Kopecka-Piech

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000537420

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 264

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This truly interdisciplinary volume brings together a diverse group of scholars to explore changes in the significance of media and communication in the era of pandemic. The book answers two interrelated questions: how media and communication reality changed during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how media and communication were effectively studied during this time. The book presents changes in media and communication in three areas: media production, media content, and media usage contexts. It then describes the theoretical and practical, methodological, technical, organizational, and ethical challenges in conducting research in circumstances of sudden change in research conditions, emergency situations and developing crises. Drawing on various theoretical studies and empirical research, the volume illustrates the principles and results of applying diverse research methods to the changing role of media in a pandemic and offers good practices and guidance to address the problems in implementing research projects in a time of sudden difficulties and challenges. This diverse and interdisciplinary book will be of significance to scholars and researchers in media studies, communication studies, research methods, sociology, anthropology, and cultural studies.

The Golden Age of Data

The first Research Symposium in 2008 was orchestrated by Professor Jennings Bryant with a focus on Media Effects. ... the collection of essays is titled Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment.

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Author: Don Grady

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000721720

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 278

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Audience and media analytics is more important now than ever, and this latest volume in the cutting-edge BEA Electronic Media Research Series collects some of the top scholars working with big data and analytics today. These chapters describe the development and help define media analytics as an academic discipline and professional practice. Understanding audiences is integral to creating and distributing media messages and the study of media analytics requires knowing a range of skills including research methods, the necessary tools available, familiarity with statistical procedures, and a mindset to provide insights and apply findings. This book summarizes the insights of analytics practitioners regarding the current state of legacy media analysis and social media analytics. Topics covered include the evolution of media technologies, the teaching of media measurement and analytics, the transition taking place in media research, and the use of media analytics to answer meaningful questions, drive content creation, and engage with audiences.